Marion, Sumter and Lake counties at serious risk Thursday

Severe weather threatens parts of central Florida on Thursday



A HIGH RECORD. BUT IT’S IN JANUARY AND A BIG LOW IS COMING IN OUR WAY. WATCH THE ROLLER COASTER TEMPERATURE. 86 TODAY. 68 TOMORROW IN ORLANDO. LOW 60’S IN THE NORTH. A NORMAL HIGH IS 72. THAT’S WHY WE CALL THIS COLD AND FLU SEASON. ORGANIZATIONS ARE NOT PREPARED FOR CHANGE. WE HAVE SOME RAIN BUT NO SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS OR LIGHTNING TONIGHT. MODERATE RAIN COMING OVER LAKE COUNTY. SPOTTED SHOWERS AT PALM COAST DAYTONA BEACH ALONG I-4 AS YOU APPROACH SEMINOLE COUNTY AND DOWNTOWN ORLANDO. CLERMONT, CITRUS RIDGE, THIS RAIN WILL PASS OVER DOCTOR PHILLIPS, CONWAY, WATERFIELD, BITHLO, A LITTLE LATER. WE ARE NOT EXPECTING A LOT OF RAIN BUT ENOUGH TO WET THE GROUND. WHERE IT HAS RAINED, 60s. BEFORE THE RAIN, 72 TO 75. THE FRONT IS RIGHT HERE. IT TAKES ITS TIME TO POSITION ITSELF. IT IS JUST BEHIND THIS CORNER OF RAIN WE ARE GETTING A DROP IN TEMPERATURE. WE WATCH THE COAST AS WE HAVE AN EARLY MORNING LAUNCH TOMORROW. WINDOW OPENS JUST AFTER 4 AM TRYING TO SET UP ANOTHER BATCH OF STARLINK SATELLITES. TURNING MORE COOLER, 48 OUT OF THE DOOR IN THE MORNING AT OCALA. 58, ORLANDO. 61 MELBOURNE. TEMPERATURES WILL STRUGGLE JUST TO REACH NEAR 70 BEHIND THE FRONT AND Drier, COOLER AIR WILL CONTINUE TO FILTER IN, OPENING UP THE TERRAIN FOR A VERY COMFORTABLE AFTERNOON. EPCOT, BEAUTIFUL BUT BRING A JACKET. IT WILL BE A LITTLE BREEZY AND COOL IN THE SHADE. FROM THURSDAY TO FRIDAY MORNING, A FRONT WORKS. WINDY AND COOL FRIDAY MORNING. 37, OCALA. IN THE SUBWAY, MID 1940s. IF YOU’RE NOT A FAN OF COLD WEATHER

Severe weather threatens parts of central Florida on Thursday

The threat of severe weather increased for parts of central Florida on Thursday. The Storm Prediction Center placed Marion, Sumter and parts of Lake County in an isolated severe weather threat. A cold front arriving Wednesday evening will bring storms with strong winds. If a storm becomes severe, strong winds will be the main concern. Showers and thunderstorms will cross the region from Wednesday evening to Thursday morning. The intensity of the storm will continue to decrease as it moves towards the I-4 corridor. Take a look at the last moment of the rain: after that, the rest of the day will be marked by sunshine and cooler air as temperatures climb into the 60s. Friday morning should be cool, with temps in the 40s. Friday highs will be in the 60s.RadarHurricanesSevere Weather AlertsMap Room

The threat of severe weather increased for parts of central Florida on Thursday.

The Storm Prediction Center placed Marion, Sumter and parts of Lake County in an isolated severe weather threat. A cold front arriving Wednesday evening will bring storms with strong winds. If a storm becomes severe, strong winds will be the main concern.

Showers and thunderstorms will cross the region from Wednesday evening to Thursday morning. The intensity of the storm will continue to decrease as it moves towards the I-4 corridor.

Take a look at the latest rain arrival times:

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After that, the rest of the day will be marked by sunshine and cooler air as temperatures hit the 60s.

Friday morning should be cool, with temperatures in the 40s. Friday highs will be in the 60s.

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